The Importance of Being...Earnest?


Hold on to your handbags and hone your Wildean wit! This INTERACTIVE and HILARIOUS twist on Wilde's classic needs YOU to make it to the finale.
The Importance of Being...Earnest? at Omnibus Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Comedy
Venue: Omnibus Theatre
Starts: Tuesday 10 March 2020
Closes: Sunday 15 March 2020
Running time:1 hr 00 mins
Age suitability: 12+

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Background


Note: this productions contains interactive theatre, loud noises.

Synopsis


Hold on to your handbags and hone your Wildean wit!


This INTERACTIVE and HILARIOUS twist on Wilde's classic needs YOU to make it to the finale.


Prepare to tread the boards and express your inner Lady Bracknell because this production is hanging on by a thread and we're going to need YOU to make it to the finale.


If you've ever wanted to tread the boards, NOW is the time to get involved and reveal your true thespian.


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1 Clapham Common Northside
London SW4 0QW

Box office tel: 020 7498 4699

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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 10 March 2020

Press night:Tuesday 10 March 2020

Closes:Sunday 15 March 2020

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑45pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑45pm

Friday ‑ 7‑45pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑45pm


Matinee:
Sunday - 4-15pm

Tickets


Standard:
£14

Concessions:
£12

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Cast


SUSAN HOFFMAN - Eleanor / Lady Bracknell

GUIDO GARCIA LUECHES - Terry / Algernon

TRYNITY SILK - Jen / Gwendolen

LOUISE GOODFIELD - Sarah / Cecily

RHYS TEES - Graham / Lane

BEN MANN - Josh


Creatives


Author: Josh King and the company
Director: Simon Paris
Designer: Trynity Silk
Set designer: Jack Lowerson
Lighting: Guido Garcia Lueches
Sound: Ben Mann/Luciano Verghini
Production: Say It Again, Sorry?

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